Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan; Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002 edition (January 9, 2016)
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This e-book is an leading edge number of essays by means of a brand new iteration of British and American historians and political theorists. relocating past a traditional action/reaction view of capitalism and its critics, the quantity explores how serious traditions and ideology have helped to form capitalism. Chapters stick to assorted evaluations in Britain and the United States and discover their Atlantic and imperial exchanges. the amount contains chapters on questions of legislation and estate within the Victorian empire; traditions of land reform in 19th century the USA and Britain; the effect of yankee romanticism on British socialism; the position of england in American progressivism; American and British client security; the evolution of trusteeship and concepts of cosmopolitan democracy; the 'third means' and narratives of globalization. The editors' advent bargains a serious historiographical survey and, by way of stepping past the dogmatic competition among post-modernists and empiricists, presents a brand new examine time table for an built-in research of capitalism and its critics.